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Streets of London?

Streets of London?

United face London opposition tonight with Fulham coming to Old Trafford.

Our record against London opposition has been good this season and in a passionate speech ahead of the fixture tonight, one that could see us open up a three point gap, over Manchester City, at the top of the table, Sir Alex has praised his side and recalled three games in quick succession, in London, as being crucial to where we find ourselves now, commenting,

"I have to congratulate the players in achieving the position we`re in because of the injuries we`ve had. They`ve shown resilience and now we`re in the position we are now because of that."

"I was hoping City would drop something but I also knew we really had to perform well to take advantage."

"We went down to London to play Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea."

"We should have beaten Chelsea but if you take seven points from nine all in a short space of time, then it`s a job well done."


And another three tonight will go down a treat as well!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday March 26 2012
Time: 4:35PM

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